Domain object modeling with relational persistence for idiomatic OWL/RDF
This paper investigates how to use an idiomatic OWL/RDF model as a specification language for delivering Domain Object Model with relational persistence. It presents a systematic translation of a subset of OWL/RDF constructs to object structures with a relational database back-end. The presented framework has been developed as a plugin for the Protege ontology editor, and it has been evaluated against a benchmark of semantic repositories with promising results.
I. N. Athanasiadis, A. E. Rizzoli, Domain object modeling with relational persistence for idiomatic OWL/RDF, Workshop on Ontology-Driven Software Engineering at OOPSLA, 2009.
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